This park has great views of ocean, lighthouse, seals, rock formation and spectacular arches. The walk to each is fine and not strenuous. A must see!
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About Flinders Chase National Park
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Absolutely stunning, wild place with lots to see. Pristine surroundings, incredible prehistoric rock formations, lots of fur seals and pups to be spotted! I could spend a whole day or two exploring Flinders Chase. Couldn't recommend it highly enough.
What a beautiful place! We've visited several times and the scenery is just breathtaking. Great photo ops. You can buy good coffee / food at the Flinders Chase Visitor's Centre on the way through to see the Remarkable Rocks / Admiral's Arch. Great, clean bbq...More
It is well worth a visit to Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch in this National Park. The scenery is breath-taking and the photo opportunities are endless. It would be such as shame to visit Kangaroo Island and not go to Flinders Chase National Park.
On entering the pay station area we spotted our first koala in the car park. Kids were thrilled. We didn't have a lot of day light left to do any of the walks through the park so headed straight for Remarkable rocks. Just wow! The...More
We spent approx. 4 hours here visiting Admirals Arch, Remarkable Rocks, Cape DuCouedic Light House and all the New Zealand fur seals with so many new born pups. The walks were fun and as the weather so nice it was a great afternoon. The visitors...More
Interesting landscape with natural beauty but the seals frolicking in the water and basking in the winter sun plus packs of them swimming around in the rough seas was a highlight.
Flinders Chase is much more than Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch. Try the road to West Bay - the best beach on KI. Walk Snake Lagoon and Sandy Creek. Check out the Platypus Walk. And the best place to clearly admire the night sky.
What a ride!.. what a natural treasure! One of the best scenic drive I have ever had. Keep a whole day in your Kangaroo island trip for this natural treasure. You will not regret! Remarkable rocks, Admiral arch, Seals activity, walking.. what not! If you...More
We arrived at the Info Centre to pay out NP entrance fee for the day. We then headed to Admirals Arch. Wow! We were treated by stunning scenery, adult and pup seals, heaps of photo opportunities we enjoyed everything about this. Then we headed off...More